The Lotto Crusher System Scam Review
Trolling through my email this morning, as usual, and I found two emails. They had different addresses and were worded a little differently, but they were exactly the same. I went online ( I am always online ) to find out a little bit about this system.
With some cursory research, I discovered a little nugget of info I’d like to share. This program is being offered by two people, who profess to know the “secret” of how to win at the lotto. Their names are Winston Everett and Everett Thompson. Look at this:
The link in my email sent me to a video. A very long and boring video which lasted approximately 33 minutes. ( The lengths I go to in the name of research ) This is a very good sign that what they are about to offer you is some type of scam
He starts off by telling the story of how he was held at gunpoint by the store owner where he had won the lottery five times. the guy is convinced he was cheating in some way. However in the nick of time some people enter the store and he puts the gun away. Winston/Everett takes that opportunity to run for his life and he makes his way home.
The story of his life follows. A couple of kids, ( who he never sees ) a wife who works two part-time jobs ( doesn’t see her much either ) not poor, but struggling to make ends meet, ( My heart bleeds ) just like everybody else in America. He was tired of telling his kids they couldn’t have a certain box of cereal that cost $4.50 or a toy that cost $9.00 because he was afraid he wouldn’t be able to pay the electric bill.
He’s watching television one night, and the lottery numbers are drawn. This sets him off on a six-month journey to figure out the “perfect formula ” that will pick the winning lottery numbers. He notices there are a few people who have won jackpots more than once, and with a little research, finds their phone numbers and calls them up.
Mr. Everett/Thompson charms them and they spill their “secret formula”. He studies these “formulas”, 27 of them, takes the best parts adds a little probability theory and Viola!! After six months, he has the perfect formula. Oh yeah, did I forgot to mention our hero just happens to be a mathematician? Isn’t that convenient !!???
Now He’s Living The Good Life
So now he has his secret formula and he starts winning. He goes to Disneyland, climbs out from underneath his mountain of debt, buys his dream home, and pays cash for his dream car, while he enjoys the look on the salesman’s face when he says he’ll go ahead and pay cash. <ssiiiigggghhhh>
Now he is going to show off his proteges with fake testimonials. How do I know they are fake? Well, the answer to that question is actually kind of sad. I am not going to post a bunch of fake testimonials to try and prove this to you. I am going to show you one very powerful testimonial that is completely untrue. It angered and saddened me, all at the same time. Look at this and you will soon understand.
Who Dennis R. Really is
Winston/Everett claims this man’s name is Dennis R. from Redlands, California, and that he won $124,000 Please allow me to show you the truth of the matter. Look at these two photos:
These two pictures are obviously the same man. The picture on the right is a very badly photo-shopped picture of him. There is quite an extremely sad and horrifying story behind the picture of the man on the left.
His real name is Urooj Khan of Chicago Illinois. He didn’t win $124,000 dollars in the lottery. He won $425,000. He was also poisoned with cyanide, the day after he won. The killer has not been apprehended as far as I know. I feel indignant on his behalf. His likeness has been altered and used in a fake testimonial and he isn’t even here to defend himself.Very poor taste and outright heartless if you ask me.
The video continues with Winston/Everett informing us that we mustn’t be greedy. It is important to give back some of our good fortunes by donating to charity. ( But not until we have paid off our heavy debt and purchased all the things we want first )
He is only going to sell this to 175 people, and there are only 54 left. After that, the website will be taken down because he is afraid he will be investigated. ( That’s what he said two months ago when I received the first one. And in every subsequent email thereafter ) Lies, nothing but lies, all of it.
The digital product Is sold through an affiliate marketplace by the name of Clickbank. What is Clickbank? Clickbank is an online marketplace for digital products. They are not picky about the types of products they host. This disclaimer was at the bottom of the page of the video I watched.
According to the Denver Business Journal:
Click Bank provides the systems for online entrepreneurs to sell their digital goods. More than 100,000 online entrepreneurs, or affiliates, use ClickBank as the online payment system and behind-the-scenes technology. The company charges a small fee, usually $1, and takes a 7 percent commission on sales.
Nearly three-quarters of all sales by ClickBank sellers, or about 73%, are referred by ClickBank affiliates, who find sellers to represent on ClickBank.com and receive up to 75% of the wholesale price that ClickBank pays sellers. Each seller works out with ClickBank the retail price and affiliate commission for each of its products. The minimum retail price is $3 per item.
Basic Background Info
Allow me to help you translate this information. Visualize, if you will, a very large building. Merchants come to this building ( owned by another person.) and rent a space to sell their product. Similar to a Swap Meet. However, there is a difference. They do not actually sell a product themselves. They recruit others to sell their product for them. So in this analogy, there are three entities. Let me break it down for you.
- The owner of the building – Clickbank
- The seller – Winston Everett or whoever he is
- The recruits – affiliate marketers ( what is affiliate marketing?)
The division of the money. Winston or whoever is selling the Lotto Crusher System for the low, low, price of $97, right? Notwithstanding the fee charged by ClickBank, their cut is 7% of the profits. What profits? Profits from sales made by the affiliates. Normally the affiliate does not receive 75% but let’s be generous and say they receive 50%.
So The affiliate who represents Winston/Everett will be paid 1/2 of $97. which is $48.50. Then Clickbank takes 7% of Winstons’s profit. So ClickBank earns $3.39 and Winston gets the rest. A whopping $43.11. that isn’t much for ClickBank unless you multiply that by 100,000, in which case Clickbank, will generate $333,900. Not bad. And you? You get nothing. Unless you become an affiliate. that is where the money is.
Clickbank no longer offers the lotto crusher system to affiliate marketers. Every time I encounter a website where it was a Clickbank product all I see is this where the link used to be or where the link goes.
This message refers to the lotto crusher site.
Lotto Crusher is now offered through another digital product site called SoftwareProjects.
I have conducted some research about Software Projects. Not enough to give a full report but from what I have seen, they pretty much sell the same “products” and scams that you find invading your email and floating about the net. Regardless, I am certain that the money breakdown and profit distribution is similar to Clickbank.
The Ultimate Question
Why are they selling the Crusher System instead of using it themselves if it’s so very fabulous? Because IT IS A SCAM!!!! That’s why. More money is earned by selling the “product” than by using it. But they aren’t going to tell YOU that. Otherwise, they don’t get rich off of people who will waste their money on it.
Do you really want to make some money? Do you want to help people find products and or services they want or need not some arbitrary product you know nothing about that is more than likely doomed to failure. If that is the case I have something much better than a stupid lottery system that doesn’t even work. Learn the skills you need to earn your own honest money online. Don’t become another victim. Become an affiliate marketer.
I know the most excellent website where these skills are taught. Wealthy Affiliate. (Read my review !!!) The best feature of this program is the free trial offer. Something the Crusher system doesn’t have or any other piece of slag that comes uninvited to your email. For $0 and no credit card, you will receive two free websites, free hosting , domain names, and a free ten-lesson course that will show you step by step how to build your website foundation and get it up and running. No monetary obligation unless you choose to go premium.
So how about it? Would you like to learn what it takes to work online and be your own master? If you answer is yes, then please do me the honor of accepting my personal invitation to Wealthy Affiliate. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain. I will be right there with you I promise.
Have you actually won any lotteries with the crusher system? I am always up for a good healthy debate. Tell me your story in the comment section below.